We are proud to announce the first EAI Fellows

After more than a decade of operation as one of world’s leading professional communities and Europe’s largest technical professional society, EAI is launching this initiative to recognize its top members, whose efforts in the EAI Community have had significant global impact.

The status of EAI Fellow is awarded to individuals with extraordinary accomplishments in their respective technical areas, and with a record of outstanding service to the EAI Community
This year, we are proud to recognize 167 members of EAI from 23 countries and 5 continents comprising less than 0.1% of the EAI Membership base, who have demonstrated excellence in general areas of Smart Health, Smart Cities, and Smart Society.
Congratulations to the following EAI Members awarded the Fellow title in 2019!
(In alphabetical order)

Adrian Boukalov Aalto University
Afonso Ferreira INRIA
Alberto Leon Garcia University of Toronto
Alessandro Panconesi Sapienza University of Rome
Anandakumar Haldorai Sri Eshwar College of Engineering
Anant Sahai University of California, Berkeley
Andrew Campbell Dartmouth College
Andrew Markham University of Oxford
Anthony Brooks Aalborg University
Anthony Wasserman Carnegie Mellon University
Antonis Kalis SignalGeneriX
Aron Barbey University of Illinois
Arulmurugan Ramu Presidency University
Assane Gueye Universite Alioune Diop, Bambey-Senegal
Avi Mendelson Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
Benny Lo Imperial College London
Bharat Bhargava Purdue University
Bhavani Thuraisingham The University of Texas at Dallas
Bixin Li Southeast University
Bo Li The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Bob Iannucci Carnegie Mellon University
Bud Mishra New York University
Catalina Llado University of the Balearic Islands
Constantinos Papadias Athens Information Technology
Cristian Borcea New Jersey Institute of Technology
Cristina Sylla University of Minho
Csaba Szabo Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Dagmar Caganova Slovak University of Technology
Daniele Miorandi CREATE-NET
Dave Robertson University of Edinburgh
Der-Jiunn Deng National Changhua University of Education
Donald Marinelli Columbia University
Douglas Sicker Carnegie Mellon University
Eitan Altman INRIA
Eva Brooks Aalborg University
Frank Leymann University of Stuttgart
Giovanni Stea University of Pisa
Giuliana Franceschinis University of Eastern Piedmont
Guang Zhong Yang Imperial College London
Guangjie Han Hohai University
Guillermo Cisneros Technical University of Madrid
Haijun Zhang University of Science and Technology Beijing
Henning Schulzrinne Columbia University
Henrique Santos University of Minho
Honggang Wang University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Honghao Gao Shanghai University
Huimin Lu Kyushu Institute of Technology
Cheng-Zhong Xu Chinese Academy of Sciences
Christine Choppy University of Paris
Ian Akyildiz Georgia Institute of Technology
Ibrahim Baggili University of New Haven
Jane Hillston University of Edinburgh
Jens Zander KTH – The Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm
Jiandong Li Xidian University
Jianwei Yin Zhejiang University
Jizhong Zhao Xi’an Jiatong University
Jochen Schiller Freie Universitaet Berlin
Jun Zheng Southeast University
Justin Werfel Harvard’s Wyss Institute
Kenli Li Hunan University
Krishna Sivalingam IIT Madras
Leandros Tassiulas Yale University
Li Bo Northwestern Polytechnical University
Liljana Gavrilovska Technical University of Sofia
Linda Doyle Trinity College Dublin
Lorena Ilagan University of Perpetual Help System DALTA
Magda El Zarki University of California, Irvine
Mahadev Satyanarayanan Carnegie Mellon University
Maja Pantic Imperial College London
Marceau Coupechoux Telecom ParisTech
Mario Gerla University of California, Los Angeles
Mary Czerwinski Microsoft Research
Matti Hamalainen University of Oulu
Maurizio Decina Politecnico di Milano
Max Agueh ESIEE Paris
May Wang Georgia Institute of Technology
Michal Balog Technical University of Kosice
Miklos Boda Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Milan Dado University of Zilina
Min Chen Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Min Jia Harbin Institute of Technology
Mischa Dohler King’s College London
Mohamed Ibnkahla Carleton University
Mohammed Attiquzzaman University of Oklahoma
Muriel Medard Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Nadia Berthouze University College London
Neema Moraveji Stanford University
Ninghui Li Purdue University
Noga Minski Mount Sinai Hospital
Novella Bartolini Sapienza University of Rome
Oliveiro Stock Fondazione Bruno Kessler
Ombretta Gaggi Universita di Padova
Onur Mutlu ETH Zurich and Carnegie Mellon University
Oscar Mayora Fondazione Bruno Kessler
Paolo Bellavista University of Bologna
Paolo Bonato Harvard Medical School
Patrick McDaniel Pennsylvania State University
Phan Cong Vinh Nguyen Tat Thanh University
Philippe Wacker EMFS
Pietro Manzoni Universita Politecnica de Valencia
Predrag K. Nikolic Shantou University
Radu Popescu Zeletin Technical University Berlin
Raja Sengupta University of California, Berkeley
Rajeev Shorey IIT Delhi
Ramjee Prasad Aarhus University
Ramon Wyss KTH – The Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm
Ran Giladi Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Rolando Pula Mapua Institute of Technology
Ron Baker IBM Software Solutions Group
Ron S. Kenett KPA Group
Ronnie II Concepcion Mapua University
Rosalind Picard Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Rudolf Giffinger Vienna University of Technology
Rumen Dobrinsky Director of Strategy and European projects
Sasu Tarkoma University of Helsinki
Sencun Zhu Pennsylvania State University
Sergio Palazzo University of Catania
Sergio Savaresi Politecnico di Milano
Sherman S. M. Chow Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shiwen Mao Auburn University
Shlomi Dolev Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Shuai Liu Inner Mongolia University
Silvia Gabrielli Fondazione Bruno Kessler
Silvia Mirri Universita di Bologna
Song Guo Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Stefano Epifani Digital Transformation Institute
Tadashi Nakano Osaka University
Takahiro Hara Osaka University
Tao Gu RMIT University
Tao Zhang CISCO
Tarik Taleb Aalto University
Tatiana Kovacikova University of Zilina
Thomas Deisboeck Massachusetts General Hospital
Thomas Hou Virginia Tech
Tiziana Catarci Sapienza University of Rome
Tom La Porta Penn State University
Trung Q. Duong Queen’s University Belfast
Vasant Honavar Penn State University
Victor Callaghan University of Essex
Victor C. M. Leung University of British Columbia
Victor Sucasas Universidade de Aveiro
Vijayakumar Varadharajan Vellore Institute of Technology
Vincent Poor Princeton University
Vitor Monteiro University of Minho
Vladimir Poulkov Technical University of Sofia
Wanxiang Che Harbin Institute of Technology
Ward Hanson Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research
Weihua Zhuang University of Waterloo
William Casey Carnegie Mellon University
Xiaofei Liao Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Xiaohua Jia City University of Hong Kong
Xin Lin Huang Tongji University
Xin Liu Dalian University of Technology
Xuemin Shen University of Waterloo
Yabin Ye Huawei
Yael Dubinsky Pellesus, Israel
Yang Yang ShanghaiTech University
Yechiam Yemini Columbia University
Yibin Lin Carnegie Mellon University
Yihai Chen Shanghai University
Yuan Wu Zhejiang University of Technology
Yuguang Fang University of Florida
Yunhao Liu School of Software at Tsinghua University
Yuyu Yin Hangzhou Dianzi University
Zhenhua Duan Xi’an Dianzi University
Zhiyong Feng Tianjin University
Zygmunt Haas Cornell University


About EAI
EAI (European Alliance for Innovation) is a non-profit organization and a professional community, established in cooperation with the European Commission, to empower global research and innovation, and to promote worldwide communication between ICT communities. The uppermost objective is to contribute to the evolution of universal disciplines of research through development of information technologies.
EAI activities are represented through three recognized co-centric areas of activities that are at the core of humanity’s successful future. These are leading-edge societal challenges that are revolutionizing personal health, smart city environments and smart societies.
About the EAI Recognition Program
Thanks to novel community evaluation processes, EAI guarantees member recognition objectively, transparently and fairly, independent of location, economic condition or local funding.  Starting in 2019, contributing members and volunteers who participate in EAI conferences and journals are evaluated quantitatively via EAI Index on the basis of their technical qualifications, community service, and impact. Click here to learn more about EAI Index.

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